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one of the best ppt u will ever get...we received lots of appreciation now its your turn....RAKESH AMIN from BIRLA COLLEGE

one of the best ppt u will ever get...we received lots of appreciation now its your turn....RAKESH AMIN from BIRLA COLLEGE

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    Bancassurance by ROAR Group Bancassurance by ROAR Group Presentation Transcript

    • RAKESH S . AMINOMKAR A . SHINDEAZHAR N . SHAIKHROGER Y . PETERRAHUL N . TAKALEUMESH S . DASONI
    •  Bancassurance – History Bancassurance – Evolution Bancassurance – A Win Win Situation Bancassurance – Distribution Channel• Bancassurance – S.W.O.T analysis
    •  Originated in France in 1980s Spread rapidly across Europe Introduced in India in 1999  Opening up of insurance industry  20 new companies
    •  Pressures on Banking Sector:  Customer retention in the face of competition  Staff retention and motivation  Universal Banking- approach to provide all financial product under one roof ; a broader relationship approach  Optimum utilisation of infrastructure and resources- maximise revenue
    •  Pressures on Insurance Sector:  Channel diversification from traditional direct sale  Access to a high quality customer base  Achieve the geographical reach within minimum time and cost  Ensure higher probability of success in the sales process
    • • French Term• Standardized Mass Product• Easy to understand / easy to sell• Sold though a bank distribution channel
    •  Insurance + Banking= Bancassurance The provision of insurance and banking products and services through a common distribution channel or to a common client base.
    • Bank Insurance CompanyCustomer retention Revenue and channel diversificationSatisfaction of more financial Quality customer accessneeds under the same roofRevenue diversification Quicker geographical reachMore profitable resource Creation of brand equityutilisationEnriched work environment Leverage service synergies with BankEstablish sales orientated culture Establish a low cost acquisition channel
    •  Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Co Ltd. has tie-up with Karur Vysya Bank The Birla Sun life Insurance Company has a tie-up with the following banks : Bank of Rajasthan Bank of Muscat Dutch Bank Catholic Syrian Bank ING Life Insurance ties up with Vizag co-op bank Max New York Life Insurance has it’s Tie-up with Axis Bank
    • Max New York Life Insurance and Axis Bank havesigned a 10-year bancassurance relationship• Max New York Life Insurance (MNYL), the seventh-largest life insurance company in India.• Axis Bank is the third-largest private bank in India• To provide customized life insurance solutions tocustomers via the bank’s network.
    • LIC: The insurance company LIC of India have tie up with the following bank for Bancassurance. They are: -Corporation BankIndian Overseas BankCenturion BankSahara District Central Co-operative bankJanta Urban Co-operative bankOriental Bank of Commerce
    •  Career Agents Special Advisers Salaried Agents Bank Employees / Platform Banking Corporate Agencies and Brokerage Firms Direct Response Internet e-Brokerage Outside Lead Generating Techniques
    •  Strengths • Vast untapped market • Huge pool of skilled professionals
    •  Weakness  Lack of networking among bank branches  Saving Ability of Middle Class
    •  Opportunities  Data mining Banks have a huge customer database which has to be properly leveraged. Target segments should be identified and tapped.  Wide distribution networks of banks
    •  Threats  Human Resource Challenges  Non-response from the target groups can also pose a challenge
    • THANK YOU